Single Celebrities You Can Find On Tinder

Even the hottest of Hollywood celebrities can have a tough time on the dating scene, so they do what we do: turn to Tinder. There are actually a lot of stars who've given the possibility of meeting some single-to-mingles in their area a chance. Here's whose profiles you might happen across in your swipe-search for new romance.

Britney Spears

Womanizers to the left — as in, swipe left. The Princess of Pop has had terrible luck in love over the years, but after her breakup with boyfriend David Lucado in 2014, late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon convinced Britney Spears to give the digital dating scene a try. He even created a Tinder profile for her that declared, "this better work, b****." No word yet on whether she's pursued any non-toxic matches during her off-time from her Vegas residency, but the fact that users might be able to swipe right on BritBrit should give everyone a reason to hit it, baby, one more time.

Hilary Duff

Traditional dating rules are so yesterday. Hilary Duff tried to make her own Cinderella story happen on Tinder, after she and her husband Mike Comrie split. She told USA Today that she first decided to try the app, which was featured on her 2015 music video for "Sparks," because of all the people she knew on it. "So many people I know are on Tinder. I was intrigued by the whole thing. It's addictive. I'm getting on this! Why not?" She later admitted that she doesn't do a ton of swiping while she's busy chasing the Sun, so who knows if she'll ultimately find Mr. Swipe-Right on the site.

Andy Cohen

The Bravo star totally wanted to watch what'd happen if he put himself out there on Tinder, and he's not afraid to admit it. He told People magazine that he's got "no shame" in his swiping game, and thinks it's one of the better ways to meet men in the modern world. "I like it. It's fun. You know, it's to me: Where am I going to meet an architect who lives in Brooklyn besides Tinder at this point? It's the modern-day singles bar." He's such a regular, unabashed user of the app, he's been asked to provide tutorials on a number of television appearances, even schooling Larry King about the millennial meetup mechanism, while making a match on-air right there!

Lindsay Lohan

That feeling when you swipe your way onto your own brother's profile ... celebrity Lindsay Lohan knows what that's like, because the Mean Girls star accidentally happened across her brother Michael's profile and shared the awkward moment on her Instagram feed. Although she'd never fessed to using the service before, the picture was admission enough that she'd been perusing the people of Tinder, but she later denied that she did in an interview with Ellen, telling the host that it was all her brother's doing and that she'd never used the app in her life. Sure.

Eric Stonestreet

Talk about making a modern family! Secret Life of Pets star Eric Stonestreet has admitting to using a few dating apps to make a connection because, as he explained on Ellen, "... I shouldn't be eliminated from participating in what's going on in the world. But people are always like, 'I can't believe you're on a dating app!'" Apparently, it's working out just fine for him because, when later asked if he's had any luck with swipe-rights, he gave an enthusiastic (albeit non-verbal) confirmation.


Hey everybody! If the dream is to swipe right on an actual rock star, the members of 5SOS might just make it happen. Drummer-vocalist Ashton Irwin has confirmed to have "taken a look" at who's out there on the Tinder scene. Meanwhile, lead singer Luke Hemmings has also reportedly been spotted among the computerized crowd. Two words: don't stop.

Dave Franco

The Neighbors star might have found love with actress Alison Brie, but with the help of Conan O'Brien (and the bizarre pseudonym "Jengus Roundstone"), he gave the social networking scene a shot, and linked up with a woman named Courtney for some champagne and midnight chats in a creepy van. It might not have resulted in love at first match, but at least they had some fun with it. That sure took some nerve.

Josh Groban

Josh Groban might be able to raise everyone else with his perfect pitch, but he too has tried his hand at the Tinder scene a time or two. The app's CEO, Sean Rad, confirmed as much at SXSW in 2014, when he revealed that not only has the best-selling artist tried the site, but his swipe-left numbers are probably pretty staggering. After all, despite his celebrity status, many users who might otherwise match well with him apparently think it's a prank account.

Jamie Kennedy

Poor Jamie Kennedy. The Cleveland Show star has less luck than some of his contemporaries on the site, even telling his Twitter followers that at one point, he'd had exactly zero likes on the app. Maybe the new celebrity verification process will help boost his results.

Ashton Kutcher

In addition to being an actor, Ashton Kutcher is also heavily involved in the digital marketing and development scene. Back in Tinder's earliest days, he once had his wife-slash-baby-mama Mila Kunis try the app — and Grindr — without her knowing what they were at first. Needless to say, she was hooked by all the swipe-left-and-right action, but didn't make a match with anyone ... except maybe Kutcher, who's on the app himself ... you know, for research.

Zac Efron

Even Hollywood hunks aren't always lucky in love. Zac Efron, whose heartthrob status has been cemented since he became High School Musical teen dream, once gave the Tinder scene a go. Sadly, he was largely ignored on the dating app because, as he told The Times, "Amazingly, when I signed up for Tinder, nobody swiped me. They thought [my profile] was fake." Talk about that awkward moment, one that he and fellow celebrity Josh Groban can swap stories about. Someone very well could've been the lucky one, but missed out over annoying ol' skepticism.